(707) 527-7063 3350 Coffey Ln, Ste D
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
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Salinia is a family business that is owned and operated by Kevin and Jennifer Kelley. We were born and raised in San Jose, California at the foot of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Growing up, Kevin loved to read and focused his attention on local history. This interest led him to read Charles Sullivan’s Book “Like Modern Edens”. Hooked by the stories of early winemaking in California and more specifically in his own neighborhood, Kevin knew he had to be part of this noble yet some how humble tradition. After knowing each other since the 3rd grade and falling in love during high school, we were engaged to be married in the vineyards of Sonoma in 1996. It was then that we set the course for our future together and took the steps that would allow us to pursue our love of winemaking. Kevin received a Viticulture & Enology Degree from Davis and upon graduation, he and Jennifer moved to Nuits Saint Georges in Burgundy, France. Understanding the science, it was now time to learn the philosophy and tradition Read more »

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  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

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  • Good post, Outthere. What you are saying two posts above this one reminded me ...-Salinia--Anthill Farms--Mt. Eden--Parr--Wind Gap--Arnot-Roberts--Drew--Qupe--Natural Process Alliance I had a laugh because my list above of wineries that 'got  it' was of winemakers focusing mostly on syrah (and pinot noir), and greatly overlaps with Outthere's c... Read More

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  • I love N. Rhone Syrah.  It's my favorite red wine in France.  But the acreage of the region is so small and the area that provide its best wines even smaller, that prices have hit the roof.  Sure, there are a few St. Josephs and Crozes-Hermitages that come in around $25, but those are either made for earlier drinking and a lot less thrilling wit... Read More

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  • I have had a general dislike for syrahs for several years now... they just seem too BIG for me, and my tastes have changed toward lighter-style wines.  However I have discovered that there are some syrahs that I very much enjoy..  Recently, I was on my way up to Russian River.  I stopped in at Taft Street Winery in Sebastopol, www.taftstreetwine... Read More

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  • Salina Wine Co. Pinot Noir W. E. Bottoms 2006


    This is a very smooth Pinot Noir, while being fruit-forward. The price is right for such a well-made wine. I have had it with a range of foods that include a turkey dinner and cassoulet. Initially, I encountered the wine at an expensive restaurant in Healdsburg, where it accompanied four courses that it enhanced. Read More

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  • Cooking for the inlaws (very critical food people).  The Lobster Fra Diavolo i'm making includes fresh serrano instead of dried crushed red pepper (adds a nice brightness) and both dry white wine (prob a sauvignon blanc) and cognac.  Normally I'd serve the same or similar wine that I'm cooking with, but for some reason, it just seems a little un... Read More

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  • Hey all. I'm a wine reviewer, and I just launched an article on some pretty great Rhone blends from Calcareous Vineyards, out of Paso Robles. Plus, I'm going to be attending a Rhone Rangers tasting in a couple of days, so I've got the region on my mind. What are some of your favorite Rhone grapes, regions (New or Old World), and producers? This ... Read More

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  • We've officially launched a new Q&A series here on Snooth known as "The Grapevine"; each week we'll be spotlighting a new wine expert, writer, or blogger. Our first interview is with the illustrious Craig Camp. Let us know what you think -- we'd love to hear what other wine blogs you read or wine experts you'd love to see answer our questions.   Read More

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  • After reading some of your comments here ( ) about the smaller production wines you are drinking/enjoying I got excited to go check out what some of them are up to. Also, I think they should get some exposure here on Snooth and would love to track them down.Anyone have recommendations? Great winema... Read More

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  • Moving off a previous topic, I'm starting a new one that is about favourite Sonoma Chardonnays. I will kick things off with my favourites in a few different price ranges:Under $20 range- La Crema Monterey Chardonnay - newer wine for them but nice after a bit of time in the bottle. Not a lot of time but a couple of months: Read More

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  • I tried the Natural Process Alliance Chardonnay last night. This ties in to what was being discussed earlier about wine in a can. This winery only sells their wine to a few restaurants and bars and "bottles" their wine in reusable aluminum cans. The wine was cloudy but really interesting (the good interesting). Not a whole lot on the nose, but t... Read More

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